The Karen apostle : or, Memoir of Ko Thah-byu, the first Karen convert, with an historical and geographical account of the nation, its traditions, precepts, rites, &c.
Publisher Boston : Gould, Kendall and Lincoln
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Call number 631201
Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive
Book contributor Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Collection Princeton; americana
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May 21, 2010
Karen Work and History - Francis Mason and His Work
This is an interesting book, and explains some the background, history and progress made by servants of God who left comfort and ease in order to help others.
The New Testament in Karen (translated by Francis Mason) is now available here.
The first book of the New Testament is the Gospel of Matthew. It is available (in Karen), at
The book after Matthew is the Gospel of Mark, available at
The book after this will be the Gospel of Luke, which is available at
The book after this will be the Gospel of John, which is available at
After this comes the Book of Acts, which describes the Early Church and Early Christians. It is available at
All books of the New Testament are available here in Karen.
The last book of the New Testament (which should actually be read alongside a copy of the book of Daniel) can be found [in Karen] at
The New Testament in Persian (Farsi - Iranian) can be found at:
The New Testament in Mandarin (Chinese) can be found at:
The New Testament in Hindustani (Hindi) can be found at
There are many editions here, published in the languages of India.
Simply go to the search under TEXT, and type "Testament" along with the
language you are interested in.